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"I'm so happy the baby cow is getting bigger and is healthy. And everything is really good on my farm. We are working so hard."
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You seem really happy with your ranch, how long have you been start your ranch?
Bali Flight |
April 10, 2011 at 11:30 PM
Hi Matt, I'm Gede's secretary and I've called him with your question. At his farm/village, they don't have email. He's been working the big farm for almost 5 years and on his family land a year before that. And yes, he is very happy with it all. He will be posting new photos soon; however, usually the farming takes priority over photos. If you've read his business plan, you'll appreciate how his life has changed as a result of his farm and business. He now knows he has a purpose and mission and he truly loves what he does.
Gede J |
April 11, 2011 at 11:28 AM
I never imagine there's such a beautiful land in Indonesia..
a land where the farmer grows his rice and other food plants happily..
i regularry read Indonesia Organic during since last month..
and every single word published in Indonesia Organic makes my heart beat faster and faster..
How happy we are if all farmers understand well about the importance of organic..
i'm a student of Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Statistik in Jakarta, a higher education of Statistics Central Bureau.
I'm now struggling to persuate my school mates, as many as I can, to make some researh about organics.
I do hope, there will be spesifics data about Organics in BPS publications.
Thank you so much Mr.Gede.
Thank you for caring about agriculture in Indonesia this much.
Thank you for your hard work.
I'm now about crying.
I really want to visit your ranch as soon as possible.
Erli Wijayanti P
Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Statistik Jakarta
Erli P |
November 04, 2011 at 11:48 AM
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